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Cybersecurity is a strategic matter for our country. Now more than ever – in our highly, sometimes overly, interconnected world – the question of data protection and of defending our privacy, our health, our inventions, and our most efficient industrial methods is pivotal to safeguarding our social and economic model. These various protection measures are not only…

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We are in 2017. Tristan is hired as Project Manager for a large local authority. This is his very first job and he is determined to make a lasting impression. He is tasked with the implementation of a software package very recently purchased by his employer, which gathers all the personal data of the agents,…

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(Conseil d’État, Judgement of 4 November 2020 of the joined 10th and 9th Chambers, La Quadrature du Net vs French State) The Alicem app complies with the principles of the GDPR regarding the processing of biometric data, consent, and the relevant, adequate, and non-excessive data collection. Decree No 2019-452 of 13 May 2019 authorized the…

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“Innovate or die”, is a phrase coined by digital transformation enthusiasts for years already.  And it has never been more significant than today. What if the digital revolution innovated at a slightly slower rate? what if cybersecurity did not transform to adapt to the ever-changing digital environment and threat landscape? How surviving 2020 would have…

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(By François Delerue, Frédérick Douzet, and Aude Géry) Almost two years ago, on 12 November 2018, the French president, Emmanuel Macron, launched the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace during his speech at the Internet Governance Forum, at the UNESCO headquarters. The shared aspirations of the French authorities and of the private sector…

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(By Holger KNAPPENSCHNEIDER, Managing Partner at IDA Group) The usage of communications and disinformation with a strategic agenda is extraordinarily subtle in nature, and thus much more threatening. It hides behind Facebook, Google, tweets and chats, and appears to the reader primarily as the opinion of supposedly well-known counterparts.  This provides the opportunity for foreign…

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